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Old 01-18-2008
Charliep77
 

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Vista boot error 0x0000007E

Hello new member here.

Building a new system using Home Premium 64 bit. Using Asus M2N-E
motherboard with 4G of G-Skill RAM (2 pair of 1G sticks). Installed
Vista with no problems but am getting above error on boot most of time
with all 4G.

I haven't received any problems yet if I remove one pair and just use
2G.

I read a review on newegg about Vista that a user had same problem and
he removed 2G, reloaded Vista and then put the other 2G back in.

Anyone hear of problems with 4G and resolution?

Thanks
Chas


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Old 01-18-2008
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Re: Vista boot error 0x0000007E

KB929777 might be your friend. Remove 2GB install the X64 KB29777
hotfix and see if it goes away.


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Old 01-19-2008
Charliep77
 

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Re: Vista boot error 0x0000007E

Thanks Jeff. I forget to add in my original post that I had tried 929777
and received a msg that it didn't apply to my PC and didn't install.

But you are right about the 929777 I just used the wrong one. Later I
received a error 0x0000000a and that pointed me to a Microsoft fix for
RAM over 3G. It listed two KB929777 downloads. One for 32 bit and the
other for 64 bit. I downloaded the one for 64 bit and it installed fine
and I haven't had a problem since.

Chas


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